"All-mountain" is a myth, or at best, means different things to different people. For $1000 US, you have a huge selection of skis and bindings ... dunno Canadian pricing.
I love the AC50, you might as well, unless you do (or want to do) a lot of deep powder off-piste skiing. You can find them online for $800ish US or possibly cheaper.
Hint - usually Dawgctaching or SierraJim have the best, most knowledgeable advice and the most experience. The AC30/40 or 50 will NEVER make the list of someone like the OP who wants a ski to take to Banff.
They're fine groomer skis, but far too stiff to be considered a decent all-mountain ski, which, btw, is no myth (see Dawg's suggestion of the Sultan).
Nonsense about the driver - many here could drive anything anywhere, that doesn't make it good for the intended purpose, or what the questioner wants. AC30 might be all mountain in VT, but in the real world of real mountains - umm, not a chance.